- Books and Academic Articles about Gaming
- This is a list of 60+ books/articles in my personal library that are relevant to my gaming interests. The list covers board gaming, war gaming, role-playing games, and video games.
- Gaming in Libraries: An Annotated Bibliography
- Targeted at librarians. Books, articles, and resources for creating and running gaming programs in libraries.
- Coming soon!
The following set of reviews were completed in grad school for my Master of Science in Library and Information Science degree:
- Guile by Constance Cooper
- One for Sorrow by Mary Downing Hahn
- Dream Animals by Emily Winfield Martin
- Lumberjanes, Vol. 1 by Noelle Stevenson and Grace Ellis
I will be curating reading lists on various topics here, as well as sharing pieces of my graduate school portfolio. I believe reading contributes to play because it can expand our worlds, open our minds, and challenge our imaginations and each of these things can contribute to play and games. Storytelling itself is an integral ingredient in many games.
- Refugee Pathfinder for Grades 5-12 (A group project in my MSLIS program based on an inquiry question: What experiences do children and teens go through as refugees and how can we help?)